What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing refers to the logical computational resources (data, hardware, software) accessible via a computer network (through WAN or Internet etc.), rather than from a local computer. The online service can be offered from a cloud provider or it could be private organization’s own. Users or clients can perform a task, such as word processing, mailing, with a client such as browser and with service provided through such cloud- based computational resources. Since the cloud is the underlying delivery mechanism, cloud-based remote applications and services may support any type of software application or service in use today.
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FROM THE INFOBLOX COMMUNITY
Infoblox is leading the way to next-level DDI with its Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services. Infoblox brings next-level security, reliability, and automation to on-premises, cloud and hybrid networks, setting customers on a path to a single pane of glass for network management. The recognized industry leader, Infoblox has over 13,000 customers, including 375 of the Fortune 500.